I felt that this substance deserves its own thread, as I've been using it in my canna-oil cooking for the last couple of months, and I can't recommend it highly enough. It's a natural emusifier, used as a food additive in stuff like chocolate (to make it more chocolatey) and in some pharmaceuticals to help get the drug into your system. And it's available from health food retailers for its various health benefits. And not least of all, it's cheap. I'll add a couple of teaspoons to my oil when I cook. Mind you, I can only get in in granular form (as in the picture above), not powder, so I grind it in my spice/coffee grinder, otherwise a lot of it stays in granular form during cooking. It's a bit gummy, so it isn't ideal for grinding, but it works. My cooking method is a variation on BadKat's CannaPharm recipe, but I use bud instead of hash, and make it much, much weaker (the capsules in that recipe are ridiculously strong). Plus I don't make capsules - I just cook the oil and keep it in a jar. But yeah I've been cooking a quarter (7g) at a time, first by baking the buds for an hour at 120C/250F to decarboxylate, then grinding them up in a spice/coffee grinder, then putting it in a small receptacle (a jar), adding a couple of heaped teaspoons of the soy lecithin, then mixing in about 140ml/5oz of oil (ie 20ml per gram), and then putting it in the oven again for an hour at 120C/250F. I guess I could use a lot less oil, and I think I'll probably halve the amount next time. But I need to be able to measure a dose with my measuring spoons. Anyway, cooking this way means that for one dose sufficient to get me where I want to be, I use, at most, 0.2 g worth of my bud (or a little less than a teaspoon of oil) - I'll redose a few hours later If I start early in the day. My last quarter lasted me almost 3 weeks, meaning that it's about as efficient as vaping. Indeed I haven't been vaping at all for a while, but that's ok, since edibles are my favourite delivery method anyway. But yeah, soy lecithin - get some. You won't regret it.